Visiting San Antonio for a few days ...

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JimT
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Visiting San Antonio for a few days ...

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When we pulled into the driveway these 2 greeted us. They were finishing breakfast from the hedge.
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Always nice to see deer up close unless you are driving at the time, I looked out of the kitchen window this morning and saw a Muntjac walk past checking out the shrubs as he went, didn't have time to find which moving crate I had put the camera.
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Non-existant in our county, numerous in neighboring counties.
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Jim, five months in Texas now and I have seen but one whitetail doe. I need to get out more!
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